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CORRECTEMENT ET SINCEREMENT
SIDDHA (un être accompli) FUT-IL JEUNE, VIEUX, VOIRE
VIEUX, MALADE OU FAIBLE.
vie moderne est
extrêmement fatiguante; le bruit, l'agitation,
compétition, les horaires irréguliers,
poussée, les anxiétés, les soucis, le
bonne nutrition et d'exercice sont pour la constitution une rude
épreuve entraînant bien vite une
altération de la
possible de ne pas être touché par ces maux de la
civilisation moderne si l'on accomplit chaque jour l'exercice de la
"Salutation au Soleil" (Sourya Namaskaram), si l'on prend soin de son
régime alimentaire et si l'on fait bon usage du soleil et du
grand air. "
d'Oudh (Inde, 1940)
Practice of yoga is an integral method in
ayurveda, which is applied to keep both the body and mind healthy and
relaxed. It is recommended for cure as well as for prevention of
various ailments. Different yogasanas
are prescribed for different dosha based ailments.
The lifestyle regimens mentioned in yoga are integral to ayurvedic
treatment. Meditation is often recommended to
maintain balance or peace in the thinking process. Meditation removes
any disturbances in the balance of the three mental states of sattva,
rajas and tamas.
Basic Breathing (Pranayama)
breathing or pranayaam revitalises the body steadies the emotion and
creats great clarity of the mind. Yoga breathing exercises are
performed sitting down with the spine neck and head in a straight line
in the lotus pose.
is a kriyas of purification besides being a pranayama. The
forced exhalation rids the lower lungs of the stale air making way for
a fresh intake of oxygen rich air in cleansing the entire respiratory
system. This is a wonderfully invigorating exercise to begin your
pranayam. By increasing the amount of oxygen in the body its effect is
to clear the mind and improve concentration.
for cardiovascular problems.
clear the mind and improve the concentration
Description of the asana
padmasana (lotus )--But if you have knee
ache,sit on a bench or chair.Keep the feet crossed on a rug or a carpet.
two normal breaths.
Now exhale, pulling in your abdomen and inhale, relaxing your abdomen.
20 times, keeping a steady rhythm and emphasising the exhalation each
fully and hold your breathe as long as you can.
alternate nostril breathing exercise, you inhale through one nostril,
retain the breath, then exhale through the other nostril in a ratio of
2:8:4. If you are really healthy, you the will breathe predominantly
through the Ida nostril for about one hour and fifty minutes, then
through the other nostril. But in many people this natural rhythm is
disturbed. Anuloma Viloma restores an equal flow, balancing the flow of
prana in the body.
of the asana
your right nostril with your thumb and keeping it closed breathe in
through the left nostril counting up to four.
your breath and count to sixteen while opening the right nostril and
closing your left with your third finger.
out slowly through the right nostril to a counterfiet.
the exercise but breathe in through the right nostril and out through
a kind of meditation which improves concentration memory and
confidence. This extended exhalation makes it a very beneficial
exercise for pregnant women, in preparation for labour. Sometimes known
as the humming breath, Brahmari
also gives a sweet clear voice and is highly recommended for singers.
of the asana
To practise Brahmari
partially close the glottis as you inhale through both nostrils, making
a snoring sound
exhale slowly, humming like a bee.
inhalation clears and vibrates the throat area.
while you breathe out, enables you to spin out the breath and make a
should repeat Brahmari five to